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What do you need to change in the new year?

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD Happy New Year. As the Christmas season settles down we quickly turn our attention to the end of the year “best of” lists and begin thinking about what the new year holds. As one year … Continue reading

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I believe Jesus can…turn your world upside down to put things in place.

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. Although that may hold true for two-dimensional objects, life has taught many of us that you can’t always get where you are going by following … Continue reading

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Caution: What you can’t see may hurt you

by Jason M. Karampatsos, Ph.D. Family vacations are great. I have met people who dread family vacations as they go on about the driving, the lines for the attractions, and being cramped with the family for an extended period of … Continue reading

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It all starts with perspective

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD Our perspectives are the objective, rational observations of objects or events. Our perspectives are the literal point of view from where we are standing. Our perceptions are the subjective interpretation of those observations. Our perspectives … Continue reading

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